‘Dear Fat People’ video-maker sparks PC war; fights censorship with ‘Most Offensive Video EVER’

Comedian Nicole Arbour, who found fame largely through YouTube videos, is fighting back against political correctness after coming under fire for an offensive skit titled, “Dear Fat People.”

In the controversial video, that was temporarily disabled by YouTube, Arbour says, “Fat shaming is not a thing. Fat people made that up. That’s the race card, with no race.”

The politically incorrect and profanity laced video “broke the internet” according to Arbour. The comedian used Twitter on Sunday to post that her skit was pulled from YouTube. The video was later reinstated, but the comment section was disabled.

Arbour went to a place even the most seasoned comedians don’t dare go these days, saying that fat people have made poor choices and shouldn’t complain about discrimination.

Needless to say, Arbour’s video went viral and the comedian is about to find out if all publicity is really good publicity – because most of the attention Arbour is getting seems be negative.

Whitney Way Thore, star of TLC’s My Big Fat Fabulous Life, took a shot at Arbour by producing her own video.

“Fat shaming is a thing,” Thore said. “It’s a really big thing, no pun intended. It is the really nasty spawn of a larger parent problem called body shaming, which I’m fairly certain everybody on the planet, especially women, have experienced.”

But Arbour is using the spotlight to fight back against political correctness. 

Soon after “Dear Fat People” debuted, Arbour released a second video titled, “Most Offensive Video EVER.”

In it, she declares “we’re all trying to be politically correct so that we don’t offend anyone.”

“I don’t care if you’re offended! If you don’t have a sense of humor and don’t understand jokes, I don’t give a ****.”

“Keyboard warriors are trying to murder comedy,” Arbour said. “Everybody should be equally made fun of.”

(Warning: Very strong language and adult content in video)

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